One-On-One: Carson Kressley Teases 'Celebrity Family Feud' & 'RPDR: All Stars 5' | Celebrity Page

Original Queer Eye cast member and judge on Rupaul's Drag Race Carson Kressley is telling us about the exciting Celebrity Family Feud face off between Queer Eye past and present, as well as the anticipated new season of Drag Race All Stars. Werk!


America's Game

When asked about joining the iconic game show this Sunday, Kressley expressed his excitement, saying:

"You get to go and be a part of this iconic American game show that we all watched as kids. With Steve Harvey, it's a very fun and funny relationship. He does not know what to make of me."

Playing For A Good Cause

Kressley goes on to explain that the two casts are coming together for two great organizations, saying:

"We were playing for The Trevor Project and the new Queer Eye's were playing for Glisten so two really amazing LGBTQ charities."

All Stars Is Back For Season 5

Kressley also gives us a taste of what we can expect in the new season of Drag Race All Stars:

"There's great twists and turns and anything can happen because really the competition is very close together. There's so many good queens that you fall in love with that maybe didn't get enough time on the show that now have their moment to shine."

The new season of Celebrity Family Feud premieres on May 31 on ABC and the new season of Drag Race All Stars sashays into VH1 on June 5!

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